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Thread: Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

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    Default Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

    http://www.consus.com.sg/productmm00002.html

    I refer to the above product found on today's Digital Life.

    Wanna check if any guys here using this and how is the performance? Will it be able to read and copy images from CF Cards etc and how fast will it be?

    Thanks!


    Quite keen on this item as it can play movies.

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    Default Re: Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

    anyone?

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    looks cool

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    Default Re: Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

    This one doesn't have card slots. Nope, not that kind.
    From Pentax to 4/3, back to Pentax and then back to M4/3 !?!?

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    Default Re: Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

    I read that there is this OTG function, that supports directs USB input and copying. Maybe can? Anyway, will check it out. 299 for 40GB. Hmmm

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    Default Re: Consus HDD Dixv Player at Comex, anyone using?

    299 for 40GB included is not too bad. Recently bought the sarotech one (avix) which is black in colour. The case alone without the hard disk is about 225 already. There was no USB OTG but you can get a separate USB OTG bridge which will work for any enclosure.
    Got money go and buy the Zen Vision. . Everything you want and more!

    One more thing. May be useful information for you. USB OTG does not support NTFS. So you have to revert to FAT32 if you want to have a large partition. HOWEVER, the darnest thing is that WinXP does not let you create a FAT32 partition larger than 20GB. So you may end up with multiple partitions in your hard disk unless you can find a way around this.
    Last edited by seankyh; 31st August 2005 at 09:45 AM.

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